This overview of course readings will be expanded as we go. For now it contains the readings from modules #1-3
Readings Module 1 part A:
Readings module 1 part B
- “Creativity and Imagination: Research as World Making” by Celiane Camargo-Borges
- “Rate of Silence” in Thompson, Chris. Felt: Fluxus, Joseph Beuys, and the Dalai Lama. Minneapolis & London: University of Minnesota Press, 2011
Readings Module 2:
2: Illeris, H. (in press). Ecological awareness with and through human and more-than-human efforts of embracing a former gravel pit. In B. C. Fredriksen and C. Groth (Eds.) Expanding Environmental Awareness in Education through the Arts – Crafting-with the Environment. Springer Nature.
3: Illeris, H. (in press). Walk on borders. In R. Irwin, D. Barney, N. Lee & J. Ursino (Eds.). Pedagogical Propositions: Playful Walking with A/r/tography. InSEA
Truman, S. E. & Springgay, S. (2016). Propositions for walking research. In K. Powell, P. Bernard & L. Mackinley (Eds.), International handbook for intercultural arts (pp. 256-267). Routledge
Suggested Reading module 3
Kantsa, V. 2002. “‘Certain Places Have Different Energy’: Spatial Transformations in Eressos, Lesvos”. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 8(1-2): 35-57.
Papataxiarchis, E. 2016. “Being ‘there’: At the Front Line of the ‘European Refugee Crisis’”. Anthropology Today, Part 1 32(2): 5-9, Part 2 32(3): 3-7.
Karathanasis, P. & Kapsali, K. 2018. “Displacement and the Creation of Emplaced Activism: Public Interventions on the Walls of a European Border City”. Entanglements: Experiments in Multimodal Ethnography 1(2): 52-61.